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Title: The XMM-Newton Serendipitous Survey: I - The role of XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre
Authors: Watson, Michael G.
Augueres, J.-L.
Ballet, J.
Barcons, X.
Barret, D.
Boer, M.
Boller, Th.
Bromage G.E.
Brunner, H.
Carrera, F.J.
Cropper, M.S.
Denby, M.
Ehle, M.
Elvis, M.
Fabian, A.C.
Freyberg, M.J.
Guillout, P.
Hameury, J.-M.
Hasinger, G.
Hinshaw, D.A.
Maccacaro, T.
Mason, K.O.
McMahon, R.G.
Michel, L.
Mirioni, L.
Mittaz, J.P.
Motch, C.
Olive, J.-F.
Osborne, Julian P.
Page, C.G.
Pakull, M.
Perry, B.H.
Pierre, M.
Pietsch, W.
Pye, J.P.
Read, A.M.
Roberts, T.P.
Rosen, S.R.
Sauvageot, J.-L.
Schwope, A.D.
Sekiguchi, K.
Stewart, G.C.
Stewart, I.
Valtchanov, I.
Ward, M.J.
Warwick, R.S.
West, R.G.
White, N.E.
Worrall, D.M.
First Published: Jan-2001
Publisher: EDP Sciences for European Southern Observatory (ESO)
Citation: Astronomy and Astrophysics, 2001, 365 (1), pp. L51-L59
Abstract: This paper describes the performance of XMM-Newton for serendipitous surveys and summarises the scope and potential of the XMM-Newton Serendipitous Survey. The role of the Survey Science Centre (SSC) in the XMM-Newton project is outlined. The SSC's follow-up and identification programme for the XMM-Newton serendipitous survey is described together with the presentation of some of the first results.
DOI Link: 10.1051/0004-6361:20000067
ISSN: 0004-6361
eISSN: 1432-0746
Version: Publisher Version
Status: Peer-reviewed
Type: Article
Rights: Copyright © ESO 2001. Reproduced with permission from Astronomy & Astrophysics.
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